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Mounting a Transducer in a Gaming Chair

For this demonstration we are using a Playseat and a 1×6” (19×140 mm) plank with a T-Nut (You can also use the uni-mount bracket or other TST mounting forms)

Flip the seat over

Mark two holes 3” (7.6 cm) apart on both sides under the seat

Drill the marked holes

Cut a 1×6” (19x140mm) wood plank to the seat width

Mark two holes 3” (7.6 cm) apart on both ends

Verify the markings line up with the holes drilled in the seat

Drill the marked holes

Measure and mark the center of the plank

Drill a 7/16” (11 mm) hole

The plank will look like this

Hammer the T-Nut into the center hole

Place the plank under the seat with the T-Nut facing down

Tighten all 4 screws

Screw the short-threaded stud into the T-Nut

Place a flat washer and a lock washer onto the stud

Screw on a lock nut and tighten with a 9/16” wrench

Screw on a second lock nut, but do not tighten it

Carefully screw the Transducer onto the stud


Use two 9/16” wrenches to tighten the lock nut against the brass nut

Flip the chair over. Make sure the Transducer does not touch the floor

Enjoy your best gaming experience yet!

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